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A suicide's family still wonders ‘if what we were doing was right or wrong'

From Saturday's Globe and Mail

A disease of the mind doesn't conveniently stop at the body's boundaries – it spreads its way through a family, often leaving behind feelings of pain, guilt and bewilderment ...Read the full article

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  1. mary wells from Canada writes: How sad that this mentally ill person held his family hostage for 50 years.The only thing that could have helped ,would have been to have the patient institutionalized,and this is next to impossible.To have him safe and secured would at least have given the family some type of relief.
  2. Will ll from Canada writes: "perhaps because of the partial lobotomy he underwent when young"

    Gee well that didnt help his situation now did it. Poor bugger and family secondary. Wonder what they are going to be saying about the meds we prescribe now in 50 years, hope it isnt as bad as what we say about the perfectly rationalized lobotomy of the old days.

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